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a murder mystery in orange. two suspects behind bars. >> kris: breaking news from overnight. dozens of people left homeless this morning. intense flames tearing through apartments in borne. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> christa: all right. it's 5:00 a.m. take a look at this giant tree crashing down on this home in wear hamp officials say high winds and heavy rains likely the cause. and it is cold out there to start off on this monday. good morning to you. i'm >> kris: and i'm kris anderson. wet weather washing out the weekend. will it last enter columbus day? chris lambert here with a look at the forecast that caused the sox game to be pushed to today. >> chris: no issues at fenway park. we're drying out already, and a lot of us seeing stars outside this morning. 45 in boston. a bit on the cool side. winds 40mph, adding to the breeze and the chill that we've had in place. look at the gusts still across the cape and the islands.
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there basically through nantucket. so it is cool and breezy today. the wind with us through this afternoon. the strongest winds will be down across the cape and the islands. that's where we do have a wind advisory in place. stale bit of a breeze out at fenway park, but the wind will subside just after sunset. so i think a little bit of a breeze if you're hanging out pregame that. wind will kick off overnight tonight, and with clear skies in place, temperatures will tumble. we have a wind advisory in place, can focus tonight will turn to cold air. we're talking about frost advisory from 128 to 495 and worcester county. freeze watch in place overnight tonight. more on the forecast ahead. >> kris: time now for our fast track traffic with danielle gersh. >> danielle: good morning, everyone. happy monday to you. here's a look outside. nice and quiet over the zakim bridge. i suspect that's how it's going to stay throughout your morning because of the holiday. heading into out the on route 1
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no issues. there braintree to boston northbound on the expressway, just ten minutes. south of town, routes 3, 24 and 95 looking good. the pike, no issues heading in or out of boston. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out 2 door. 12 minutes enter town on the pike. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 11 minutes. the "t" an commuter rail expected to start the morning on schedule. back to you, guys. >> kris: the second presidential debate far from diplomatic. >> between superdelegates and debbie wasserman schultz, he never had a chance. i was so surprised so' him sign on with the devil. >> kris: donald trump and hillary clinton spent 90 minutes trading insults. they refused to shake hands. the drama started earlier in the evening with trump holding a photo opportunity with a number of women who say they were sexually mistreated by former president bill clinton. this morning some are calling i
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>> christa: it comes on the heels of a major shake-up in the republican party. dozens of leaders are cutting ties with trump. dan hausle is in st. louis with a big moment from last night. >> dan: the debate started on a chilly note with two candidates walking out but refusing to shake hands. the first question turning to trump's just-leaked crass comments about women. >> yes, i'm very embarrassed we it. i hate it. but it's locker room talk, and it's one of those things. it. >> he has said that the video doesn't represent who he is, but i think it is clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is. >> dan: with bill clinton looking on, trump made good on threats to turn the table bringing up the former president's past. >> you can say any way you want the say it, bill clinton was abusive to women. hillary clinton attacked those
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friend michelle obama advised us all: when they go low, you go high. >> dan: the candidates also responded on hillary clinton's e-mail problems. >> i hate to say it, but if i win, i am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look enter your situation, because there has never been so many lies. >> it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law >> because you'd be in jail. >> dan: trump and clinton did find time to get to issues like syria, immigration, taxes and rising hillary clinton costs. >> i want very much to save what works and is good about the affordable care act. but we have to get costs down. >> we have to repeal it an replace it with something absolutely much less expensive and something that works. >> dan: at one point trump
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own running mate mike pence on how to handle russia's role in syria. >> he and i haven't spoken and i disagree. >> dan: in the end they were asked what they liked about each other. >> his children are incredibly able and devoted and that says a lot about donald. >> she does fight hard and doesn't quit and doesn't give up, and i consider that to be a very good trait. >> dan: after that, in the end, trump and clinton did shake hands. trump found sev on bill clinton's past, meeting with system of clinton's former accusers before the debate and then having several of those women in the audience. we're in st. louis, dan hausle, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: dan, thank you. meantime, after the debate, both candidates had their own messages for voters. >> i really find it almost unimaginable that someone can stand and just tell, you know, a
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>> christa: and trump avoiding the spin room this time around, instead tweeting out this photo of his family saying, "thank you, st. louis, missouri. make america great again." so who won and who lost? here are the results of some overnight polls. a cnn/orc poll has clinton as the clear winner with 57% to trump's 34%. and a you gov poll giving clinton a smaller victory, 47% to trump's 42% in this case. meantime, trump's running mate mike pence canceling an event later today, but candidate seems to be showing support for trump at the same time. >> kris: let's talk football this morning. tom brady back on the field where he belongs. the pats' quarterback making his season debut and showing he's still got it. where is the rust, right? t.b. 12 shaking it off, leading the pats to their fourth win of the season. the patriots' strong offense dominating the browns' defense. trey daerr with a closer look now at the big game in cleveland.
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all of new england, and, you know, for my teammates and for my family. >> trey: tom brady feeling the support of patriots' nation in cleveland, delivering an epic return coming off his four-game suspension. >> i was just trying to focus on what my job is and what i have to do. it felt very much like a normal week once i got into it. >> trey: deflategate now a thing of the past, and brady is back to business as usual. >> this isn't the time for me to i'm happy we won today. there's no point in looking back at anything, whether it be lost championship games or the last four weeks. none of it matters. >> trey: brady pitches to seven players, none more impactful than the physically improved rob gronkowski and martellus bennett. >> he's running, catching, scoring touchdowns. he and gronk are a tough matchup for other teams.
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>> trey: with all due respect to the browns, a really good way for brady to come back and get his feet wet against an 0-5 team that's probably the worst squad in all the nfl. a much different test next week for brady's first game back at gillette stadium when the patriots face the cincinnati bengals. reporting in cleveland, trey daerr, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: and the pats pumped to see tom brady back in action on the field. it's within four weeks, of course, without him. as brady took charge again, the whole team seemed to be just john cuoco continues our team coverage from cleveland. >> brady! brady! >> john: with noise like that, you would have thought the patriots were taking the field at gillette. the stadium filled with pats' fans. they fueled the team to a big-time blowout of the browns. players could feel it. >> it was pretty exciting. it fete like a home game. at one point the fans were chanting "brady, brady." >> you see them chanting
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there's a lot of blue and red. it was something to see. >> john: it certainly didn't hurt having number 12 back under center for the first time this season. >> it's super great. he's our leader. he's our guy. he came out here on fire. and we did what we had to do this week as an offense as a whole. trey if there was any are u.s. in t.b. 12's game after fur weeks away, teammates couldn't tell. did you see any rust at all today? >> >> no. >> me neither. >> we got the w.d. 40 out for him, you know what i'm saying? he did well. >> trey: they're just happy to have him back doing what he does best. >> you develop a friendship and you get excited. so it was definitely an exciting game. >> trey: is a big game for patriots' fans and players and a great return for tom brady.
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"today in new england." >> christa: tom brady busting a move. watch the quarterback try out some of cam newton's trademark dance moves in viral video. we'll have that coming your way at 5:30. >> kris: breaking news this morning. crews battling a fire in bourne early today at sandwich road. look at this fire. you see how thick those flames are. cog from the roof of that building. heavy wind causing those flames to spread dozens of people have been displaced because of that fire. developing this morning, two suspects cracked down in connection to a violent home invasion and a murder in orange. police say the two were found in virginia with a stolen car. 7's jennifer eagan is live in the criminal room this morning with all the latest details. jen, good morning. >> jennifer: chris, good morning. the suspects are facing several charges this morning, including murder and attempted murder. police captured the man and woman in virginia after the pair spent several days on the run.
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inside this home in orange. october 5th the northwestern district attorney says 95-year-old thomas harty was murdered, his wife, 77-year-old joanna fisher, stabbed and left grievously injured. fisher's son spoke with 7news last week and had this to say about the suspects who carried out the attack on the elderly couple. >> they're obviously cowards and i can't wait to meet them. >> jennifer: authorities here will now work to bring the suspects back the massachusetts from virginia. 27-year-old brittany smith, both from athol, were arrested yesterday. also found in virginia, the 2003 gray toyota corolla stolen from the elderly couple's home in orange. people who knew the couple struggling to understand why. harty climbed mountains into his 90s. his wife was in a wheelchair and needed assistance. both beloved by neighbors and family. right now the suspects are being held without bail. in the control room, jennifer
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>> christa: all right, jen, thank you. it's 5:11. we have much more ahead here on "today in new england," including some breaking news. samsung stopping production of their galaxy note 7 replacement. new video of phones catching fire. >> kris: terrifying moments in roxbury. a nine-year-old girl shot in the street. a gunman still on the run. >> christa: and rained out. the sox big game is reschedule could for today as the team gears up to take on the cleveland indians in the >> chris: no rain today. we're talking about a breezy day. that breeze diminishing during the course of the day. cool out there at fenway.
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>> now 7weather with meteorologist chris lambert. >> chris: good morning, everyone.
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yesterday, needed, beneficial for the drought. a good one to two inches of it up the 95 stretch, including the city of boston. just under two inches of rain. north and west of 495, the rain totals not nearly as high. southeastern mass and buzzards bay generally two to three inches of rain, nantucket three and a half inches of water out of this. the radar quiet now. that rain well off to the north and east of us and it's not coming back any time soon. in fact, we have a lot of dry weather in the forecast once again over next week. 45 in boston. 41 in worcester right now. milder relatively speaking down across the cape, but that's also where the wind is the strongest. still gusting to 43mph in provincetown, 43 in nantucket and gusting 20 to 30 from much of metro west out into worcester county. breezy day ahead of us. gusts 20 to 30mph from many towns. get along the coastline and it's 30. get along the cape and the islands, we're occasionally gusting 40 to 50. there is a wind advisory still
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through the day and you make the winds overnight tonight and tomorrow slackening off. so it's in the look we have a lot of windy forecasts ahead of us. we should start the see the winds diminishing early this evening and fade out on tuesday and wednesday as the wind speeds, hardly anything to mention at all 5, to 10mph. the high pressure bidding in, really trying to anchor in an set up shop over the next several days. the only thing that we're watching down the line will be a cool from the off to the west of us as that front approaches us late on t there may be an isolated shower late thursday or thursday night. that is it for the rainfall department. here is nicole. that's a hurricane or will be a hurricane. tropical storm now, this is going to come very close to bermuda in a couple day, but the overall trend here is the take that snap hook off to the right and push it out to sea. it has to be a close call with the island of bermuda as we get later on into the week. mostly sunny skies today, gusty winds, low to mid-50s in the
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60 down through southeastern mass and the forecast for tonight calls for diminishing winds. clear and cool. it will turn frosty outside boston, especially away from the coastline, 30s, low 30s in some of the suburbs, there's even a freeze watch out through worcester county, and you can see 30s fairly widespread. 45 in boston tonight. i think we'll hold on to the lower 40s across the cape. nice bounce-back tomorrow. sunshine seasonable, 60 to 65, coolest at the coastline. again, not much water in the seven-day forecas thursday night. that's it. next weekend looking dry. >> kris: breaking news this morning. samsung is halting production of the galaxy note 7. the company made this announcement after at least five phones caught fire this week. at&t, t-mobile and verizon have said they will stop selling replacement galaxy note 7s until the problem is fixed, saying they have no way of knowing that the new phones are any safer than the original phones.
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matthew, as well. the storm weakening as it finally moves out to sea, and it's being blamed for several deaths here in the u.s. >> kris: it is. north carolina crews working all weekend long, rescuing thousands of people from their homes and businesses. nicole oliverio has the latest. >> nicole: a downgraded category one matthew made landfall over south carolina's central coast this morning. between charleston and myrtle beach. >> the storm is starting to pass certain area, but all areas still have to be cautious with. >> nicole: and as matthew starts to move toward north carolina, officials are still warning people the stay vigilant. >> i'm extremely concerned since this hurricane has been downgraded that people will let up their guard. it's these types of hurricanes that settle over our state that have caused the most damage and loss of life and destruction. >> nicole: in savannah, georgia, very strong winds
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heavy rain caused flooding that swamped roads. rainfall totals are expected to be more than 12 inches in some areas. meanwhile, in florida... >> matthew really churned up our water. there's unbelievable amounteds of beach erosion. >> nicole: the clean-up is beginning after matthew battered areas like daytona beach, st. augustine and jacksonville. dozens of homes and businesses have been damaged and more than 800,000 people are still without power. nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> chris rainy weather here this weekend, as well. of course, the sox big playoff game got canceled because of it. coming up we're going to head live to fenway. and we're going to break down what's on the line for the team today. >> kris: down in rhode island, a community is showing support. what a group is doing to help the hundreds of victims left homeless by hurricane matthew. who says i shouldn't have a soda everyday? my doctor. my dentist.
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>> kris: the sox continuing their playoff push. the rain keeping the team from playing a key game three at fenway last night. so far it looks like today is all clear so they can play some ball. >> christa: it is do or die for the team today. here's 7's victoria warren live for us this morning at fenway. good morning, vicki. >> victoria: good morning, christa. the red sox are focused on tonight, and they know that here at fenway park tonight rain out or not from yesterday, at 6:08 p.m., when they take the field, they will be rested and ready. a soggy fenway park, rain postponing a do-or-die game three for the red sox. >> unfortunately we won't play today because of the rain, but we'll play the game tomorrow. >> victoria: the alds game three against the indians is now tonight at fenway park. players say the extra day of rest can only mean good things for the team and the big advantage it gives them over the indians is they got the spend the day relaxing at home with their families rather than in a hotel. >> our guys get the hang out
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day the relax, watch some football. take their mind off it a little bit. when we come back, we'll be ready to play tomorrow. >> victoria: the sox go into the game down 0-2 in the best-of-five series. manager john father real says clay buchholz is at his best when he's not fatigued. and he feels the same about big papi, especially considering the emotional overload of the last few weeks. >> i think everyone in our uniform, everybody in our guy at the plate, david ortiz. we're looking forward the that being the case tomorrow. >> victoria: manager general farrell says his focus is what is going the happen here at fenway park tonight. he does know that in order to win this series, the red sox now have to win three back-to-back games with that final game in cleveland. live this morning at fenway park, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england."
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the blue jays sweeping the rangers, knocking out the best team in the american league. the jays won thanks to a throwing error in the tenth inning. look at this here. the erron on the throw to first allows josh donaldson to score the winning run. jays win 7-6. they swept the series 3-0. >> christa: i still love the fact the red sox were watching the pats' game like the rest of us. >> kris: braise yes's back. >> christa: 5:2 star emerges from the presidential debate. why this guy is trending on twitter. >> kris: this is the scene this tyngsborough where nearly a dozen cars went up in flames. why neighbors think it was done on person. >> christa: and an alarming attack. a tufts university student says he was punch ? keep on smiling with dunkin's delicious reese's peanut butter doughnut square. frosted with chocolate
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man. killed on a devastating drive down a busy highway. >> christa: and reaction from the debate. donald trump's running mate canceling an appearance today. >> kris: he definitely didn't disappoint. fans cheering tom brady's return to the football field. we'll show you what his wife and children were up to during the game. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> christa: could it have been bet center. >> kris: he's never satisfied. he could be holding the super bowl trophy and the mistakes he made. >> christa: thanks for waking up with us. i'm christa delcamp. >> kris: and i'm kris anderson. chris lambert is monitoring the weather situation. boy, that rain yesterday, we needed it, but it didn't stop. >> chris: it kept going and going and going and the totals adding up, kris, to over two inches of water here in taunton. wellesley two inches of rain. boston almost two inches of rain. nantucket close to three and a half. and the wind. we had winds gusting 50 to 60mph across the cape and the islands. expecting high winds throughout the day there.
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50s. here's all the rain. it's off to the east of us in its wake a cool and breezy start to the day. 45 in boston. 41 in worcester. and do expect that cool breeze to hang out throughout the afternoon. 20 to 30-mile-per-hour gusts for a lot of us. those will be higher down across the cape and the islands. here is the forecast this afternoon. upper 50s to near 60. a lot of sunshine to go through over the next few days. that forecast ahead. >> christa: fourth member of our team, danielle is here with fast track traffic. >> danielle: thanks for things looking good on the expressway. probably a light traffic day. let's go to the maps. we're watching one accident in attleboro, 95 northbound just after route 152. and the two left lanes blocked there. the pike looking good in both directions, route 2 and route 3 no issues. 93 fine all the way back the 495. route 1 all green. the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> christa: danielle, thank you. now to a wild night at the
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>> i think she should be ashamed of herself. >> anything to avoid talking about your campaign and the way it's exploding. >> christa: and the fires, were flying as hillary clinton and donald trump go head to head now for the second time. the evening started out with the candidates refusing to even shake hands. the debate was held like a town hall-style meeting. people in the audience asking trump and clinton questions about issues like immigration and taxes and hillary clinton. they also talked about clinton's e-mail scandal, but the leaked video of trump making crude comments about women. >> i apologized to my family. i apologize to the american people. certainly i'm not proud of it, but this is locker room talk. yes, i'm very embarrassed by it. i hate it. but it is locker room talk, and it's one of those things. >> he has said that the video doesn't represent who he is, but i think it's clear to anyone who
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>> christa: and trump's running mate governor mike pence reportedly canceling his plan the visit new jersey today. he was supposed to appear at a fund-raiser hosted by a republican organization there. after the debate, however, he tweeted, "congrats to my running mate on a big debate win. proud to stand with you as we make america great again." by the way, trump will spend today at several events in pennsylvania. clinton will be hitting the campaign trail in michigan and ohio. >> christa:ism tom brady is bact football field. cleveland ended up getting rocked by the patriots. the browns were simply not enough to deal with brady and the pats. brady missed all four games to start the season because of that suspension. he didn't seem to miss a beat as he returned to a patriots huddle under center. demeanor indicating the browns in cleveland sunday for 406 yards and three touchdown passes all to martellus bennett. pats won 33-13. brady says he was glad to be back on the field and thrilled that the team earned another
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>> the team played really well. so it's fun to be part of it, and it's been a fun week to play and be back doing what i love to do. >> kris: patriots now 4-1678 fans get to see t.b. 12 at home for his first time as the patriots host the cincinnati bengals. >> christa: and 7news now turning to tragedy in vermont. five teenagers killed on a highway when man driving t them. and this drive didn't even thread. detectives say the man stole a police cruiser and then continued his path of destruction. charred and mangled metal is all that's left of a vermont police cruiser. five teens were killed, several more injured in this crash. >> this is extremely unusual to have this many fatalities in one crash. >> christa: police say this man, steven burgoin, was driving a truck the wrong way in the southbound lane on an interstate when he hit another car
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engulfed in flames. that's when police say burgoin stole the cruiser and sped away with the lights still flashing. after running into police, burgoin turned around, headed back toward the initial scene and hit seven more vehicles before being taken into custody. >> it's just difficult for not only the members on scene, rescue personnel that respond, fire personnel, but also the families that are going to have to deal with this after the fact. >> christa: and tonight there will be a candlelight vigil in teenagers attended high school. >> kris: more news today, police are searching for the person who shot a child in roxbury on sunday. it happened around 1:00 in the morning. the nine-year-old girl was playing on a playground while her family was celebrating nearby. neighbors are worried now because they say their neighborhood is typically a safe place. >> it's sad. the kid was supposed to be
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they are innocent. >> kris: that little girl was rushed to the hospital. the good news this morning is she's expected to be okay. >> christa: lawyers for the plainville woman accused of urging her friend to commit suicide say her statements to police should not be used during her trial. michelle carter is accused of manslaughter. prosecutors say that she sent text messages to conrad roy telling him to kill himself before he eventually committed suicide in 2014. a hearing has been scheduled for friday. >> kris: boston police mit fraternity house. officers are called to the pi kappa they ca fraternity where they found a man dead. they believe the victim died of an overdose and there was no foul play involved. police have not confirmed if the victim was an mit student or not. and investigators are trying to figure out what caused ten vehicles to go up in flames in tyngsborough over the weekend. you see video of this family's brand-new truck. it even damaged part of the
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the same thing happened on bowers avenue, a jeep engulfed in flame, as well. the incidents happened early saturday morning, and neighbors believe someone did it on purpose. >> why? there's no reason. why do it? you know, who benefits from it? >> she saw a fire underneath a car, and she thought a car had come by and thrown something over there. >> kris: neighbors are hoping the people responsible will turn themselves in. >> christa: all right. it's 5:37. just ahead, police in boston asking for your help. you see here and what they say he did to a woman in mission hill. >> kris: the person who allegedly opened fire on officers in california now behind bars. what we are now learning about his past. >> christa: and check you freezer this morning because nest nestle is announcing a major recalling. those drum sticks you love are being pulled from shelves today. >> chris: still a cool breeze. temperatures starting off in the 40s for a lot of us.
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>> kris: we're tracking two big stories today, the debate and tom brady's big return to the field. >> christa: we got you up to speed on the headline, now here is the buzz online. an audience member stealing the show. his name is ken bone. he asked a question about the candidates' energy plans and then he started trebtding on twitter, even becomes friends with former president bill clinton apparently. he maked sure to snap some pictures using one ofse decades ago. >> kris: wow. they used to be on weddings at all the tables. another guy we liked seeing yesterday, t.b. 12678 he was celebrating his win over the browns, but receiving some criticism online. the pats' quarterback made an emphatic signal. some people say it looks a little like brady's attempt to do the famous dab move.
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brady didn't even nod his head, but he's not used to running for the first downs either. >> christa: he's all right. brady's daughter vivienne thrilled to watch her dad play on sunday. gisele bundchen shows vivienne and a friend watching the pats-browns game. they were is excited to see number 12 on the screen. notice the dress? pi parents would know this, it's frozen, elsa from frozen. >> kris: and i've got sons. >> christa: any t watching a little bit of football, as well. >> kris: good times there. everything you need to know and go is coming up next. including a surprise announcement from ryan lochte, the swimmer trading his gold medal for a gold ring. >> christa: and the joke is on boston. the clintons taking aim during
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>> kris: 5:45 is your time. everything you need the start your monday off right. >> christa: it's a busy monday. chris lambert is here. it's windy, too, chris. >> chris: there's a gusty breeze out there, too. we had a whole lot of rain yesterday stretching through the north shore into boston and southern worcester county, essentially close to 495 south. at least one to two inches of rain, a few towns approaching three inches of water south of
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us now in its wake. we do have clearer skies. we also have the wind. the wind continues to be an issue. the wind advisory there throughout this afternoon. that's where we continue to gust close to 40 if not surpassing it to nantucket. occasionally we'll see gusts between 40 and 50mph there. for the rest of us, between 25 and 30mph. occasionally up to 35. 45 in boston. 41 in worcester right now. temperatures in the low 50s down across the cape. high pressure building and rain over the next several days some do expect a lot of nice weather as we go through this week. what to watch for late this week, it's going to be a front off to the west of us that will slide on in late thursday or thursday night. could get a passing shower or two with that. this hurricane you see will be a hurricane nicole, that stays out to see as it approaches bermuda later on this week. 54 to 60 today. mostly sunny, gusty winds. winds diminish tonight. clear and school. frosty in a lot of suburbs.
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30s, waking up tomorrow morning. it will be notably milder down across the cape and the islands with the wind coming in off the water. 25 in boston. there you go tomorrow. sunshine 60 to 65. seven-day forecast looks quiet. guys? >> kris: time now for fast track traffic with danielle gersh. thank goodness there's not the rain yesterday this morning, right? >> danielle: i know. not too many people out there this morning. i think if you're getting ready to head out door, it's not going to be a bad day on the roads. here's the expressway. incidents out there. this accident still in attleboro. 95 northbound, this is after 152, and the two left lanes are blocked here because of this incident. then in franklin, we had a wrong-way driver on 495 northbound at king street. so because of that emergency vehicles are on scene. good thing they figured that out. routes 2 and 3 looking fine. 93 fine all the way back to 495. heading enter town on route 1, you're in good shape. take a look at those drive times
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both the "t" an commuter rail running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> christa: danielle, thank you. >> bernie sanders between superdelegates and debbie wasserman schultz never had a chance. i was so surprised to see him sign on with the devil. >> christa: donald trump and hillary clinton trading sharp insult, even refusing to shake hands as they took the stage last night, and things didn't get much better from there. this morning some people are calling this the >> kris: it comes after the major shake-up for the republican party. dozens of leaders cutting ties with 7's donald trump. dan hausle has a closer look. >> dan: the first question turning to trump's just-leaked crass comments about women. >> yes, i'm very embarrassed we it. i hate it. but it's locker room talk, and it's one of those things. >> dan: hillary wasn't having it. >> he has said that the video doesn't represent who he is, but i think it is clear to anyone who heard it that it represents
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>> dan: with bill clinton looking on, trump made good on threats to turn the table bringing up the former president's past. >> you can say any way you want to say it, but bill clinton was abusive to women. hillary clinton attacked those same women. >> when i hear something like that i am reminded of what my friend michelle obama advised us all: when they go low, you go high. >> dan: the candidates also e-mail problems. >> i hate to say it, but if i win, i am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation, because there has never been so many lies. >> it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country. >> because you'd be in jail. danticat edwidge danticat dan dan hausle, 7news "today in
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>> kris: boston police are searching for someone accused of sexually assaulting a woman on mission hill. this man, take a look at your screen, came up behind her early saturday morning, threw her to the ground and tried the assault her before running away. anyone with more information on who this man might be is asked to call police. >> christa: officers in rochester, new hampshire, searching for a suspect after a dramatic high-speed chase. investigators say an officer pulled over a truck friday night and then the driver took off. the driver eventually lost control, hit two cars in the parking lot an then ran away. o are still looking for him this morning. and police are also searching for two suspects involved in an assault in medford, a tufts university student says that he was walking with friends when a car pulled over. the city or town says he was punched in the face by two passengers. then threatened with a baseball bat. students say they're concerned by that attack, as well. >> honestly, i just heard some sort of assault happened on this intersection.
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we get nolt pications at least once a week i'd say about stuff on campus. >> christa: anybody with any information is asked to reach out to police. >> kris: hurricane matthew leaving a lot of damage across the caribbean, particularly in haiti. but people in rhode island are coming together to help some loved ones who are living there. the haitian baptist church in cranston says that some people still have family members they have not heard from yet. some others are among the tens of thousands left without a home. church members coming together to figure out a way to help e >> the haitian community is presently needing help, not when things are going bad over. there we do need things. >> kris: before the hurricane, the church was already supporting orphans in haiti providing food and shelter. a cuban raft washing ashore in north carolina following north carolina. dozens of people gathering around it.
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there is no word yet if anybody was on board that raft. >> christa: new warnings today. we're learning more about the gunman accused of killing two police officers in palm springs, california. the suspect's father reportedly telling a neighbor that his son had been acting unstable and apparently wanted to kill police. john felix was take taken into custody early sunday after a lengthy standoff with officers. >> when he emerged, he was wearing body armor and he had a number magazines on his person. >> christa: jose gilbert vega and lesley zerebny were killed on saturday while responding to a domestic disturbance call. on sunday the palm springs community came together, holding a memorial for those officers. right now the n.t.s.b. is investigating a train derailment that left dozens of people injured on long island. officials say the commuter train came off the track after partially colliding with a work
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everybody expected to be okay, though. and nestle pulling drumstick ice cream cones off shelves after the products tested positive for listeria. the recall affecting the variety pack and another variety. for more information, log on to whdh.com. >> kris: the drug that former president jimmy carter's melanoma has been shown to help patients with advanced lung cancer, as well. the drug works by unmasking tumor cells so they can't hide from the body's immune system. researchers say trials show the drug is also able to lengthen the time it took for lung cancer to start growing again, and it also improves survival rates compared the chemotherapy. >> christa: new this morning ryan lochte engaged to his girlfriend. he posted this picture on
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for ever." lochte pulled off the special proposal during the rehearsal of "dancing with the stars." >> kris: the simpsons headed to boston to give people a funny look inside of beantown. >> the bobble heads, they're tipping. >> kids, mind the cart. >> what? >> the cart! >> kris: well, homer and his family learned about different aspects of the city throughout the episode, including the course, the chowdah. >> christa: that's a bad accent. you have a chance to score some free coffee today for columbus day. >> kris: never a bad thing, free. more than a dozen service plazas along the highways in massachusetts will give out a free cup of joe to keep you awake. you can get you free coffee starting at 10:00 tonight until 5:00 tomorrow morning. some spots participating include
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plymouth and route 6 in barnstable. >> christa: i don't think it's going to be strong enough for chris lambert. >> kris: he needs jet fuel. >> christa: good stuff. >> chris: black coffee, once you get used to drinking it, you can't go back the cream and sugar. 54 to 60 out there. mostly sunny skies. a gusty wind. we're talking about a hot coffee night tonight, not ice. it's going to be a cool one. temperatures falling back into the low to mid-30s away from the coastline. seven-day forecast is quiet. a couple of showers scattered about possibility of late thursday or thursday night. i don't expect much wet weather going ahead into the weekend. >> christa: we have another hour of 7news to go. next at 6:00, an intense inferno scorching a house in bourne. >> kris: and the sox have one final chance left to stay in the championship hunt. and who won last night's presidential debate? we'll head live to cleveland for
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t.b. 12 celebrating his form and looking in mid-season form with that big win. brady and the patriots letting everyone know that deflategate is officially behind them. >> christa: and developing this morning, police making two arrests after a home invasion and brutal murder up in orange. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> christa: good morning, everybody. columbus day, and hopefully you have the day off and you can, i don't know, hunker down. it's cold outside. brr,dy i'm christa delcamp. >> kris: and i'm kris anderson. for more on the cold weather, we have to get used to it, it's that time of year. >> christa: winter is coming. >> kris: let's go to chris lambert. >> chris: you think it's cold this morning, tomorrow morning will be even colder, although it won't be as windy. look at the wind gusts we had yesterday and last evening. they continue over to nantucket, pushing 60mph. and it will be a breezy day today. nantucket 3.5 inches of rain. boston just under two.
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much-needed rain. timing not so rain that. rain off to the east of us. we're 2-3 over the holiday weekend. if you have today off, it will be a day with brighter skies and quite a bit of sunshine and quite a bit of a breeze, though. temperatures right now lower to middle 40s. on our way close to 60 this afternoon. the breeze making you feel cooler than that. talk more on the seven-day forecast ahead. >> christa: right now let's go to fast track traffic with danielle gersh. >> danielle: usually the expressway not really looking like this on a monday, still only about ten minutes from braintree into boston this morning. south of town we were watching a crash in attleboro. that has cleared. still emergency vehicles on the scene here on 495 northbound at king street, and that was because of an earlier wrong-way driver. route 2 and 3 looking fine. 93 fine back to 495. and heading into town on route 1, problems-free this morning. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. ten minutes braintree to boston. 12 minutes enter town on the pike from 128. 93 southbound, 28 to the zakim
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running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> kris: after what's been probably the loudest 48 hours yet in the presidential campaign. the second debate between donald trump and hillary clinton began in pretty much the same fashion. the night started off with a nod, not a handshake, as usual, and it got uglier from there. >> it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country. >> christa: because you'd be in [audience reacts] >> christa: the republicans calling clinton the devil, the democrats saying that trump owes all americans an apology for a campaign driven by insulting, degrading comments about women, african-americans and others. >> kris: before either candidate took to the debate stage came this: donald trump held a press conference with women who have accused bill clinton of sexual misdeeds and invited them to the debate hall, as well.
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hillary clinton and donald trump about their performances. >> christa: let's get right out to 7's dan hausle who is live right now in st. louis with the latest. good morning, dan. >> dan: good morning, christa. this one had everything but the kippen sink. you had the trump tape talk. you had talk about hillary clinton's e-mails. and they got into some issues here at this debate, as well. but while it had everything people expected, it also started in a way people were surprised about. note with the two candidates walking out but refusing to shake hands. the first question turning to trump's just-leaked crass comments about women. i hate it. yes, i'm very embarrassed by it. but it is locker room talk, and it's one of those things. >> dan: hillary wasn't having it. >> he has said that the video doesn't represent who he is, but i think it is clear to anyone who heard it that it represents
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looking on, trump made good on threats to turn the table bringing up the former president's past. >> you can say any way you want the say it, bill clinton was abusive to women. hillary clinton attacked those same women. >> when i hear something of, -- something like, that i am reminded of what my friend michelle obama advised us all: when they go low, you go high. >> dan: the candidates also sparred on hillary clinton's e-mail problems. attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look enter your situation, because there has never been so many lies. >> it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country. >> because you'd be in jail. >> dan: trump and clinton did find time to get to issues like syria, immigration, taxes and rising health care costs.
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affordable care act. but we have to get costs down. >> we have to repeal it an replace it with something absolutely much less expensive and something that works. >> dan: at one point trump said he disagreed with his own running mate mike pence on how to handle russia's role in syria. >> he and i haven't spoken and i disagree. >> you disagree with your running mate? >> right now syria is fighting isis. dan didn't afr her campaign plane. >> i really find it almost unimaginable that someone can stand and just tell, you know, a falsehood after a falsehood. >> dan: trump avoided the spin room this time around, tweeting out a message with his family and the #thank you st. louis. make america great again.
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he didn't die by any assessment. but there is no question about whether he's done enough to turn around the polls that have been slipping away from him. live in st. louis, dan hausle, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: hey, dan, let's talk about mike pence, trump's running mate. this weekend there was some talk about him maybe even leaving the campaign. there was a canceled appearance. also tweeting out some support. what's going on here? >> dan: well, over the weekend he canceled out on an event in wisconsin. he canceled o supposed to be a stand young -- stand-in for trump. this was going to be hosted by republicans, but trump bowed out in the wake of the trump tape affair. but pence did tweet, "congrats to my running mate on a big win. proud the stand with you as we make america great again." trump will be campaigning at several events in pennsylvania today. hillary clinton will be on the road in the battleground states of michigan and ohio.
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thank you. and the post-debate polls are coming in. ahead at 6:30 a.m., who voters believe won the second presidential debate between trump and clinton out in st. louis. >> kris: if you haven't heard by now, tom brady's back. t.b. 12 showing no issues shaking off the rust in the first few minutes of the first game of the season for him. in fact, the patriots' quarterback taking charge from the beginning, leading the team to its fourth straight win. 7's john cuoco is live in cleveland, and, john, boy, it's one game back in a pretty big way. >> john: chris, this was a fun game the watch. it didn't matter if you were patriots' player or a patriots' fan. this was a big weekend. you could feel that on the weekend and in the stands. players said it felt like a home
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pats won 33-13. brady says he was glad to be back on the field and thrilled that the team earned another victory. >> the team played really well. so it's fun to be part of it, and it's been a fun week to play and be back doing what i love to do. >> there'so at anything, whether it's the super bowl or championship games or the last fur weeks. none of it matters. >> brady completed passes to seven different players, including martellus bennett, who caught all three of his touchdown strikes. >> get the wd-40 out. get the arm ready. he did well today. >> many pats' fans filled firstenergy stadium to see brady's return.
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>> you look in the crowd and see a lot of blue and red. >> john: the pats loved having number 12 back on the field. >> you get excited for guys that are around. >> i want to do the best job i can for the city, for all of new england. and, you know for my family. tom brady isn't rusty. he's ready to play. john cuoco, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: and tom brady is getting some family support from gisele and princess elsa. we'll explain coming up in our next half hour. >> christa: 6:09. we want the take you to breaking news now. crews battling a fire in bourne early this morning. it broke out at the howard canal view apartments on sandwich road. you can see thick flames coming
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flames to spread. we understand dozens of people are displaced because of that this morning. >> kris: also breaking, police are investigating a stabbing in south boston. ems says the man is suffering from potentially life-threatening injuries. it happened on west broadway and dorchester street. no word yet of any arrests. >> christa: and developing now the work suspects behind bars arrested in connection with wednesday's home invasion and murder in orange. 7's jennifer eagan joins us with more on how police caught up with them, quite a distance away, too >> jennifer: christa, suspects are behind bars, facing several charges including murder and attempted murder. police captured the man and woman after the pair spent several days on the run. two people now under arrest for the violent crimes that happened in inside this home in orange. october 5th the northwestern district attorney says 95-year-old thomas harty was murdered, his wife, 77-year-old joanna fisher, stabbed and left grievously injured. fisher's son spoke with 7news
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about the suspects who carried out the attack on the elderly couple. >> they're obviously cowards and i can't wait to meet them. >> jennifer: authorities here will now work to bring the suspects back to massachusetts from virginia. 23-year-old joshua hart and 27-year-old brittany smith, both from athol, were arrested yesterday. also found in virginia, the 2003 gray toyota corolla stolen from the elderly couple's home in orange. people who knew the couple struggling to understand why. harty climbed mountains into his 90s. his wife was in a wheelchair and needed assistance. both beloved by neighbors and family. right now the suspects are being held without bail. in the control room, jennifer eagan, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: all right, jen, thank you. it's 6:11. still ahead on this monday morning, police on the hunt for a gunman after a child is shot on a playground in roxbury. >> kris: also some tree troubles in wareham. the conditions causing a tree to
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>> kris: high wind and heavy rain causing this tree toom crashing down in wear hamp it's still not clear whether anyone was inside at the time. no one was hurt. that's good news. >> christa: absolutely. the rain would not stop. it just kept coming and coming. >> kris: so much for putting up my halloween direct rations. >> christa: i was going the put up an arc. >> chris: decorations would blow away in the wind. winds gusting close to 60 on the island of nantucket. here's that rain that wouldn't
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while since we've seen rain like, that indeed. you'd be correct. you have to go back over a year. september 30, 2015, we picked up over two inches of rain in boston. 1 to 2 inches widespread across eastern mass. a few towns even picking up close to 3. nantucket picking up 3 and a half inches of water. here's all the rain well to the north and east of us now. some lingering clouds across the cape. that's where the wind is the strongest through the day today, as well. wind advisory in place for gusts 40 to 50mph. until 6:00 p.m. you can see the winds gusting still close to 40 here. from provincetown to hyannis over to nantucket, gusts to 23 in boston. 25 in worcester. and so not as strong of a wind. from boston on west, but it still will be a cool and breezy day, temperatures starting off this morning in the lower to mid-40s. you add in the wind, it will feel like about 50 this afternoon, even though temperatures arrive at about 55 or 60 degrees. what's going on to the west of us? not much, right? 60s to near 70 degrees.
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precipitation. this pattern is indeed moving from west to east. so what you see to the west of us will start the work on in across new england. so not too many travel headaches through the midwest and out into the west coast the next couple days. here's high pressure building in. this will be with us over next few days. by the time we get enter late thursday, this cool front to the north and west will sweep on through. could get a passing shower here late thursday and thursday night, but i don't expect a lot of wet weather on that, and this, what will be nicole, will be passing close to bermuda but also take that right-hand hook out to sea. it's not getting anywhere close to the east coast of the united states. 54 to 60 this afternoon. of course that gusty wind will mask some of the warmth out there. so it will feel a little cool before this time of year. and it will feel cool out there at fenway park. we're not talking about a rain out tonight. a little bit of a breeze early this evening. that breeze fading away. temperatures generally running into the 50s during the game.
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low to mid-30s in a lot of towns, waking up tomorrow morning, but the bounce-back is nice. mid-60s in the afternoon. warmest day on thursday, could get that shower late day or if not thursday night. >> kris: it's time now for fast track traffic with danielle gersh. let's see that pick-up in traffic. >> danielle: not today. look at the, pray this morning. it's only about ten minutes northbound from braintree to boston. so kind of nice, enjoyt. let's head to the maps, south of town, lots of green, no issues on route 95, 24 or route 3 heading in and out of town on the pike. you're in good shape. route 2 and 3 looks fine. 93 fine back the 495 this morning. the "t" running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> christa: 6:18. we're tracking hurricane matthew for you on this monday morning. severe flooding continues to bury the north west. the death toll continues the rise. at least 19 people have been killed in florida, georgia and
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storm has passed, but rising water levels have kept evacuation order centers place. more then a million people are still without power, as well. and the coast guard rescuing more than a thousand people sunday. you can see this person climbing out of the front door and on to the roof. the water just flooding his home. crews then helped him enter a helicopter and airlifted him to safety. and the hurricane also leading to an historic discovery along the south carolina beach here. crews finding about a dozen cannonballs that the bomb squad was able to recover them and then detonate them in a secluded location. >> kris: coming up this morning on 7news "today in new england," boston police want to know if you recognize the man we're about to show you on your screen. take a look, the violent attacks police believe he's behind. >> christa: and the boston red sox facing elimination as they take on the cleveland indians. tonight we're live at fenway
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>> chris: 6:23 on this monday morning. good morning, everyone. all this soaking rain we had yesterday now off to the east of us. in its wake dry air and a breeze. low to mid-40s across the area. still a strong wind gusting past 40 across the cape. wind advisory there as we go through this afternoon. 4:59 this afternoon in boston. should reach the low 60s or clos mass. holding low to mid-50s across the worcester hills. frost advisory and a frez watch tonight, west of the coastline it will be a cold night. talk more on those cold temperatures ahead. >> andy: talk more about the red sox. the season is on the line tonight. >> christa: after they got rained out yesterday, the forecast at this point, chris mentioning, looking pretty good for a first pitch. >> kris: time the play ball. this is a key game three.
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don't score the big end. we're hoping they will. 7's victoria warren with more on the big game. we need those bats to come to life, vicki. >> that's right. the red sox are ready for this evening's game. when they take the field here at fenway park this evening at 6:08 tonight, they say they will be rested and ready. a soggy fenway park. rain postponing a do-or-die game three for the red sox. >> we came the play the game. >> victoria: the ail possession game three against the indians is now tonight at fenway park. players say the extra day of rest can only mean good things for the team and the big advantage it gives them over the indians is they got the spend the day relaxing at home with their families rather than in a hotel. >> our guys get the hang out with their family and another day the relax, watch some football. take their mind off it a little bit. when we come back, we'll be ready to play tomorrow.
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best-of-five series. manager john farrell says starting pitcher clay buchholz is at his best when he's not fatigued. so the rain out helps. he feels the same about big papi, especially considering the emotional overload of the last few weeks. >> i think everyone in a uniform, everybody in our organization, the game on the line, the guy at the plate, david ortiz. so we're looking forward the that being the case tomorrow. >> you know, manager tonight, but he says he knows that to win this series, his team is going to have to win three back-to-back games with that last game being in cleveland. live this morning from fenway park, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: come through in the clutch. >> kris: ready for it. >> christa: go time. 6:25. just ahead, tom brady getting back to the business of football. hear what gronk had the say about his good friend getting
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>> kris: the nofs coming off in the second presidential debate, but the big question: who won? we're breaking down some poll numbers relse we're also live in st. louis. >> christa: and tom brady back in action. how he's getting some special support from home. >> kris: shots ringing out in roxbury. a child hit but a bullet. the search is under way for whoever pulled the trigger. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> kris: just about 6:30. good monday morning. thanks for joining us. i'm kris anderson. >> christa: and i'm christa delcamp. took out the winter hat and wore it. >> kris: you brought out the big guns.
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>> kris: forgot my jacket. >> christa: freezing out there. >> chris: had to run from the garage into the building. keep warm out there. the wind is not helping us out. it's in the wake of the storm that gave us all that rain yesterday. there's a wind advisory for the cape and the islands. if you're wearing your winter hat today, this morning, at least you have an excuse. we have to dust off the windshield map. inthe northwesterly wind gusting over 30 to 40mph across the cape throughout the day. temperatures right now throw mid-40s. when there's in wind, these temperatures not too tough to take. you add in the breeds. this is what it feels like. wind-chill in boston 38 feeling more like 4 in -- 32 in worcester. filled with sunshine, the skies will be this afternoon. upper 50s to near 60. >> kris: all right. time now for fast track traffic. let's get over to danielle gersh. these holidays are so great for traffic.
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if f you're getting ready to head out the door, still only about ten minutes from braintree to boston. not every day you can say that. south of town a lot of green on route 3, 24 and 95. no issues on the pike. route 2, route 3 fine. basically it's just looking good out there. route 1 heading into town no issues. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. no delays on the roads. "t" and commuter rail heading on schedule. back to you. >> kris: hillary clinton and donald trump firing some shots >> i think she should be ashamed of herself. >> kris: anything to avid talking about your campaign and the way it's exploding. >> kris: as expected, fireworks flying as hillary clinton and donald trump went head to head. the final question of the night providing arguably the best answers from these candidates. a voter in the audience asked both of them to say one nice thing about each other. 4re9s get out live to 7's dan hausle. more on their answers, dan.
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from a surprise. the two candidates spent their time all night taking shots at each other, talking about what they disliked about each other. even beginning by not shaking hands. the question, though, was name something you respected about this other candidate. hillary clinton chose to mention trump's family, and trump talked about clinton's work ethic. >> his children are able and devoted, and i think that says a lot about donald. i think that is something that as a mother and a grandmother is very important to me. >> she doesn't quit. she doesn't give up. i respect that. she does fight hard, and she does not quit, and she does not give up, and i consider that to be a very good trait. >> dan: who do syed won or lost the debate?
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34%. another poll gave clinton the victory, 47% to trump's 42%. the candidates hitting the campaign trail again today. trump will be in ohio and clinton been in ohio and michigan. dan hausle, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: breaking news now this morning. twlo the nobel prize for economics. oliver hart from harvard and bank holmstrom sharing this prize. the officials say the scholars helped shed light on how contracts help people deal with conflicting interests. >> christa: all right. tom brady is back in a big way. brady and the team showing no signs of trouble, taking down the browns yesterday.
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the browns defense simply not enough and unleash gronk. brady and his secret weapon back in action, pushing the tight end to his max and coming up big with two catches in the game. general cuoco live in cleveland with more. good morning, john. >> john: good morning, christa. he may have missed a month, but tom brady didn't miss a step yesterday, leading the team on three touchdown drives against the browns. brady was in mid-season form yesterday, finishing with 406 yards and three touchdown passes as the patriots had no problem beating the browns here in cleveland. pats won 33-13. brady connected with seven different receivers yesterday, tight ends rob gronkowski and marty b, a.k.a. martellus bennett. beth had great games. bennett caught all three scoring administration and gronkowski says it's great to have number 12 back in the huddle. >> super great. he's our leader. he's our guy. he came out here on fire.
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whole, practice, started there on wednesday, started on wednesday of practice. we came out and executed as offense and got a team win. it was awesome. he's always playing high, he's always playing intense, so did a great job out there today. our whole team did a great job. >> john: gronk happen toy pi to have brady back after a rough start to the season. live in cleveland, john cuoco, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: john, people are definitely talking about t.b. 12, too. >> john: christa, we all kind of know tom brady, and i think you would probably agree with this, not exactly the swiftest of foot, so when he goes out and runs and gets a first down, that's absolutely cause for celebration. you can take a look. we have system of that video for you right here. brady ran for a first down during the third quarter sunday. when he popped up, he made a rather emphatic first-down signal, like a dab cam
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that dab, if so, a mediocre attempt since brady didn't have his head nod in there. then there was a second moment, this was a cute picture here, brady's daughter enjoyed watching her dad play sunday. gisele posted this photo of instagram showing five even and a friend watching the pats pats-browns game. they're excited when dad is on the screen. they're also both dressed like elsa. a little early still cute. and another customized newspaper headline on brady's facebook page. this time the headline, "the pats rock out in cleveland." cleveland is the home of the rock & roll hall of fame. ninkovich and gronkowski holding instruments while matthew snyder holds the microphone. here in cleveland, pats fans extremely excited. it felt like a home game here at cleveland. we were standing on the field. it was unbelievable.
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7news "today in new england." >> kris: right now police are searching for a person who shot a child in roxbury on sunday. it happened around 1:00 a.m. this nine-year-old girl was simply out playing on a playground while her family was celebrating nearby. the girl was rushed to the hospital. the good news is she's expected to be okay. boston police are looking for man accused of sexually assaulting the woman on mission hill. the alleged victim telling investigators that this man, take a look at your screen, came up from behind her early saturday morning, threwer her before running away. >> christa: 6:37. still ahead for you on this monday, a driver going off a road and into the water in winthrop. >> kris: plus spreading concern in tyngsborough this morning after several cars there were celt on fire over the
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mit student. >> christa: and fire crews rushing to the scene when a car drives into the water in winthrop. this happened after midnight sunday on shirley street. officials say two people in the car were able to free themselves. and investigators trying to figure out what caused ten vehicles to go up in flames in tyngsborough over the weekend. you can see this family's truck is on fire. it damaged part of their home on chester avenue. same thing happened on bowers avenue where a jeep went up in flames and all these neighbors believe someone intentionally started those fires. >> kris: know and go is coming up next. we'll have all of the day's top stories, including a break-in in the case or how police were able to track down two suspects in a violent home invasion and murder on a quiet massachusetts town. >> dan: we're live in st. louis with what the candidates are saying about their debate performances and a rumor about one candidate dropping out of the race. that's coming up on 7news "today
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"outright lies," reports the lowell sun. charter schools "don't siphon off state dollars" from traditional schools, says the boston globe. in fact, public schools get more money. the truth is question 2 will give parents more choices and result in more funding for public education. please vote yes on question 2. for stronger public schools. >> christa: good morning. coming up on 6:45 on this columbus day, october 10, take a live look at downtown boston for know and go, this is the weather
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of day. >> christa: according to me. that's what i wore. >> chris: i had to dust off the windshield. you have an excuse. it's a cool and breezy morning. beneficial rain yesterday. obviously the timing of it not the best, but one to two inches of rain in the city of boston, two to three to the south. here is all the water now well off to the north and east of us. wind advisory still in place for the cape and the islands. gusts at 50 to 60 yesterday. will gust 40 to feet throughout the day today. d the northwest. so the temperatures running in the low to mid-40s right now, but it feels more like the mid to upper 30s when you factor in that wind. temperatures running into the low 50s across the cape and the islands. very limited chance of rain going ahead. so we got the beneficial rain over the weekend. i don't have much rain ahead. even thursday mainly dry day. could get a passing shower late in the day or thursday night. that's it. i don't even think everyone will
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54 to 60 today. gusty wind all day long. win idy conditions will subside overnight tonight. we start the sox game off with a breeze. we have a cool one overnight tonight. in fact, frosty start tomorrow for a lot of us. low to mid-40s west of the coastline. should hold near 45 in boston for tonight and tomorrow mourning. cool start, beautiful finish. less wind tomorrow. sea breeze kicking in tuesday and wednesday. even nearing 70 on thursday. looks good next weekend. >> light holiday traffic. here's danielle gersh with fast track. >> danielle: that's right. if you're taking "t," we're watching some delays on the commuter rail on the newburyport, rockport line. here's the expressway. roads pretty much wide open. go to the maps. a lot of green. ten minutes from braintree to boston on the expressway. route 3, 24, 95 all looking fine. problem-free heading in and out of town on the pike.
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no issues this morning on route 1. back to you, guys. >> christa: to the war of words in the second presidential debate. >> it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country. >> because you'd be in jail. [audience reacts] >> christa: donald trump threatening to try and throw hillary clinton in jail, even calling her the devil. become fought b an apology for a campaign driven by insulting, degrading comments about women, african-americans and others. >> kris: before either candidate took to the debate stage came this. donald trump holding a press conference with women who have accused bill clinton of sexual misdeeds in the past. he then invited them all to the debate hall. overnight we heard from both hillary clinton and donald trump about what they think about their performances. >> christa: let's bring in 7's dan hausle out in st. louis
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here's the latest for us. dan? >> dan: this one was chalk full of everything you would have expected and more. you did hear talk about the trump tape. you had talk about hillary clinton's e-mails. but you also got to some of the issues some while people did have what they expected, the debate also started out in a way that surprised a lot of people. the debate started on a chilly note with the two candidates walking out but refusing to shake hands. the first question turns trump's just-leaked crass comments about women. >> yes, i'm very embarrassed by it. i hate it. but it's locker room talk, and it's one of those things. >> dan: hillary wasn't having it. >> he has said that the video doesn't represent who he is, but i think it is clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is. >> dan: with bill clinton looking on, trump made good on threats to turn the table bringing up the former
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to say it, but bill clinton was abusive to women. hillary clinton attacked those same women. >> when i hear something like that, i am reminded of what my friend michelle obama advised us all: when they go low, you go high. >> dan: the candidates also sparred on hillary clinton's e-mail problems. >> i hate to say it, but if i win, i am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation, because there has never been so many lies. >> it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country. >> because you'd be in jail. >> dan: trump and clinton did find time to get to the issues.
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works and is good about the affordable care act. but we have to get costs down. >> we have to repeal it an replace it with something absolutely much less expensive and something that works. >> dan: after the debate, clinton spoke with reporters on her campaign plane. >> i really find it almost unimaginable that someone can stand and just tell, you know, falsehood after a falsehood. >> dan: trump avoided the spin room this time around, opting to tweet out this photo with his family with the message, "thank you, st. #makeamericagreatagain. now it's on to las vegas. but this debate was said to be for trump kind of a do-or-die event. most people would agree he didn't die, but whether he did enough to help his sagging poll numbers, that remains to be seen. dan hausle, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: dan, trump's running mate mike pence is showing support for trump this morning, but there was some talk over the weekend of him leaving the campaign.
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started because he pulled out of a republican-sponsored event in wisconsin where he was supposed to sit in for trump. then there's this other event coming up in new jersey where he pulled out again. that seems to have given this rumor some more steam, but apparently it doesn't look like it's true because pence tweeted out after the debate, congrats to my running mate on a big debate. proud the stand with you as we make america great again. the campaign will continue for trump will be in pennsylvania for several events today, and hillary clinton will be in the battleground states of michigan and ohio. back to you. >> kris: all right. well, another big story today, if you haven't heard by now, tom brady is back. t.b. 12 showing no issues shaking off whatever rust there may have been in the first few minutes of the first game of the season for t.b. 12. the patriots' quarterback taking charge of the patriots for their fourth win of the season.
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game in, plenty of tests on the way including another big game on sunday for bridie, but what a way to get him back on the field. >> john: chris, this was a really fun game the watch. tom brady may have missed a month, but he didn't miss a step yesterday, leading the team to three touchdown drives against the browns. >> brady, outside. and martellus bennett walking into the end zone. >> i was focused on what my job is and what i have to do. i felt for much like a normal week for me once i got into it. >> after returning from a
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there's no point looking into the past. >> there's no point in it, none of it matters. >> brady completed passes to seven different players, including martellus bennett, who caught all three of brady's touchdown strikes. >> get the wd-40 out for him. get that arm ready. he did well today. >> john: many pats' fans filled firstenergy stadium to see brady's return. teammates appreciated the support. >> it was pretty awesome. you look in the c out there. it was something to see. >> john: the pats loved having number 12 back on the field. >> you develop a friendship and you get excited for guys. it's definitely an exciting game. >> i want to do the best job i can for the city, for all new england, and for my teammates
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>> john: i guess you can say the rest of the league has been put on notice: tom brady is back. live this cleveland, john cuoco, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: breaking news the pass along right now. crews are battling a fire in bourne, and this broke out at the howard canal view apartments on sandwich way. you can see thick flames coming from the roof of this building. we understand that dozens of people are replaced. we'll stay on top of that story for you. two suspects behind bars in invasion and murder in orange. let's go to 7's jennifer eagan with more on how police caught up with him. quite a distance away. >> jennifer: christa, the suspects are facing quite a few charges including murder and attempted murder. police captured joshua hart and brittany smith in virginia after they spent several days on the run. investigators say they killed 95-year-old thomas harty and seriously injured his wife
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victims' stolen car in virginia. the suspects are being held without bail. in the control room, jennifer eagan, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: the red sox continuing their playoff push. their season is on the line tonight. the rain, though, kept the team from playing game three at fenway as it was scheduled on sunday. but is far today looks like it's going to be all clear for them the play ball. and it is do or die for the sox, win or go home. 's victoria warren live at fenway with more on today's pivotal game three. and the red sox know when they take the field here at fenway park tonight at 6:08, it is due or do time. sunday evening, game three postponed because of rain. and the sox say that is to their advantage. after going 0-2 against the indians, the extra day off. manager john farrell says tonight's starting pitcher clay buchholz is at his best when he
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is on tonight. he also says to win this series, the team is going to have to win the next three games in a row with that final game being in cleveland. live this morning from fenway park, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: hopefully the sox come through in the clutch. >> kris: hopefully the sox heat up, unlike our weather. >> chris: today is a cooler day, 50 to near 06it tonight is a cal dmieght heading out to fenway park. grab the sweatshirt or light jacket. 45 the low in boston. low to mid-30s in the suburbs. frosty start tomorrow morning, beautiful finish, though. temperatures into the mid 60s. breezy today. not nearly the wind tomorrow and enter wednesday. >> kris: all right, chris, thanks so much. the "today show" is straight ahead. thanks so much for making us part of your morning. i'm kris anderson. >> christa: and i'm christa delcamp. have a great columbus day.
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good morning. race to the bottom? donald trump and hillary clinton don't even bother to shake hands before facing off in a debate filled with accusations and insults. trump's remarks about groping women caught on tape center stage. >> this was locker room talk. i'm not proud of it. >> i think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is. >> trump goes for the jugular inviting women who accused bill clinton of sexual conduct into the audience after a pre-debate

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